Kihara Komon 2
Kihara Komon 2

Kihara Komon 2

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These five small plates in Arita porcelain, known as "mamezara", each bear a different kichijo design. Knotted cherry blossom, pine, bamboo and plum, wave and plover, longevity and gourd. Their meaning is given in the long description.

Use as an aperitif, or to share a dish over a fine bottle of sake !

Hasami porcelain. Diam. 108 mm

1) Tying cherry blossoms : This design is intended to show the beauty of cherry blossoms in a single, unbroken line. It symbolises eternal happiness and connection.

2) Pine, bamboo and plum : The pine tree is supposed to symbolise "longevity", as it remains green even in winter; the bamboo is supposed to symbolise "prosperity", as it grows quickly and is fertile; and the plum tree is supposed to symbolise "vitality", as it flowers in early spring.

3) Nami chidori (waves of plovers) : Each wave is fan-shaped, signifying the spread of the end of the world, and with the plover, which flies close to the surface of the water to avoid difficulties, this is a motif of good luck.

4) Kotobuki (longevity) motif : The chrysanthemum symbolises "longevity", the arabesque signifies "continuity of good fortune" and the hemp leaf signifies "connection".

5) Gourd : The gourd is synonymous with prosperity for descendants because of its many seeds. It is said to symbolise prosperity for business because of its tangle of things.

Can be used in a microwave oven and put in the dishwasher.

Kihara (Saga)
FDMP3-06 (830)

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